We wanted to mark this centenary year by building on our commitment to empowering young women and girls.
In addition, we have partnered with the #iwill Fund to create a £2million programme to enable girls and young women to change their communities through social action. EmpowHER aims to give young people the tools to be catalysts for change in their own communities, for the benefit of all.
We were determined to leave a legacy from our Spirited exhibition, so that young people can continue to learn about the remarkable young people it featured.
That's why, along with its digital archive, we have also created a set of Key Stage 3 learning resources, which are available to all, free of charge.
If you're inspired to start making change of your own, we've got ten simple ways to get started:
- BBC archives
- Bishopsgate Institute
- British Film Institute
- British Library
- Museum of London
- Natalie Koffman
- National Portrait Gallery and
- The Women’s Library at LSE.
To find out more about Spirited, click here.